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Some children who have received treatment for medulloblastoma, a brain tumor, have trouble reading. Scientists at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital want to understand why and how this happens. The Reading Study will gather information about how the brain works while a person is learning to read.
Study participants will come to St. Jude for two days of evaluations each year over a span of three years. At each visit, the participant will take tests to measure IQ, reading skills and attention level. Two MRIs will be performed at each visit; a standard MRI that takes pictures of the brain shape and structure, and a functional MRI, which determines brain activity while the participant looks at pictures, letters and words projected onto a screen. MRIs take pictures of the brain using magnetic fields instead of x-rays.
To find out if you are eligible to participate in the study, please complete our brief questionnaire. You will receive a confirmation email when your information has been submitted.
Please see Related Topics for information about medulloblastoma and additional study-related information.